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threecornered alfalfa hopper male and female

threecornered alfalfa hopper male and female

The threecornered alfalfa hopper (Spissistilus festinus)—male (A) and female (B) shown above—is a damaging pest of alfalfa, soybean, and peanut in the southern United States, but economic thresholds for management of the insect—and its status as a pest—are unclear.

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